BMW VDO E30 Odometer Gear Repair Set - US MPH-Gears-Garagistic
BMW VDO E30 Odometer Gear Repair Set - US MPH-Gears-Garagistic
BMW VDO E30 Odometer Gear Repair Set - US MPH-Gears-Garagistic
BMW VDO E30 Odometer Gear Repair Set - US MPH-Gears-Garagistic

BMW VDO E30 Odometer Gear Repair Set - US MPH

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BMW VDO E30 ODOMETER GEAR REPAIR SET - US MPH

If you own an E30, chances are, you have a broken odometer. The miles have stopped counting long ago and it bugs you every time you get in your E30! Well, as much fun as it is to guess when your next maintenance item or oil change is due, wouldn't it be nice to just fix this problem? Yes, it can be expensive. Most shops charge over $200 for odometer repair! Don't overpay! The reason your E30 odometer is broken because of the factory odometer gears inside, replacing these worn gears will repair it. Easy DIY installation!

E30 ODOMETER DIY KIT INCLUDES

The three gears that need replacement are included. We no longer include two spacers since our newest design includes a stand-off (post) that keeps the gears spaced correctly and moving smoothly (just like the original OEM gear design). The factory E30 gears get soft over time (imagine how a stale Oreo cookie would feel when broken in half, that's what the gears in your current broken gauge feels like). These gears are quality made with better than OEM material with a quality fit and finish. These gears will outlive your car! When purchasing our kit be sure to check out our INSTALLATION DIY GUIDE.

Motometer or VDO?

The E30 chassis came with either a VDO or Motometer unit, unfortunately, there is no specific year or model range to denote which one your car came with. There is a way to check however. The first check is on the bezel for the gauge cluster right between the speedo and tach there should be a logo embossed there stating either VDO or Motometer. So long as the cluster has not been opened and a gauge swapped out this should be accurate to the model speedo/odo that is in the cluster. The 100% surefire way to know which version you have is to remove the cluster, open the case, and on the circuit board on the back of the speedo/odo there should be a sticker or etching directly on the circuit board stating VDO or Motometer. With this information, you will know which gear set you need! 

PLEASE NOTE: YOUR KIT'S GEAR COLOR MAY BE DIFFERENT FROM PICTURED

This guide should only be used to help you as a suggested way to fix your equipment. They are not intended to be the only way to do. Its your responsibility if any damage occurs. If you are not sure of any part of these instructions, feel free to send us an email, we would be happy to help.

There are many small pieces involved with this. So proceed with caution, use common sense and proper safety measures.


Please be aware that we are not responsible for any damages that happen. By using this guide you understand that we have made this only to make installation easier for you. However, do to the age of these things, every gauge cluster has been through a different life.

Tools needed:

- Assortment of philips screw drivers

- needle nose pliers

- flat screw driver

- a little patience

Time needed:

- About 45 mins. This is something that takes patience. You're dealing with lots of tiny pieces.

STEP 1

Remove the 9 Philips screws in the back of your gauge. When placed down, be careful not to brake the tabs!


Step 2

When removing rear panel, take note of the two lower tabs and be sure to pull straight up or damage to connectors inside may happen.

Step 3

Remove the 4 Philips screws that hold the odometer in place. Before you try to take out the cluster, do not forget the connector at the bottom. There are tabs that hold it in place. Once this is out you can pull straight out because there are connectors holding. DO NOT BEND! We found its best if you hold the cluster as it was placed in the car that way it doesn't fall out.

Step 4

When odometer is out, you will see the gears on the side. There should be three. See the damage.

 

Step 5

There are two screws holding a clear cover over the gears. Remove them.

Step 6

The gears can then be replaced in the order they are taken out. They fit in an interlocking stacking setup. Notice that the gears are very soft and will fall apart as you try to remove them. NOTE: There is a brass bushing on the smaller 12 tooth gear. Its on the shaft and needs to be removed to install the new gear. You do not need this bushing with the new gear. DO NOT TRY TO PULL THE BUSHING OFF WITH ANY TOOLS AS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE MOTOR. Best way is to use a pair of pliers and lightly squeeze the bushing from one side, then the other. Then it ill slip right out. Do not use too much force!

Dont forget to install out spacer to keep the gears spaced correctly. DO NOT PUSH IT ALL THE WAY DOWN AGAINST THE GEAR. THIS WILL CAUSE THE GEARS TO BE PINCHED AND NOT BE ABLE TO MOVE!

 

 

Step 7

Put together in reverse order. Be sure you have gotten all the old pieces of the gears out so you have no future problems. Before closing everything up be sure to run the gears by hand to make sure everything is right and working correctly.

ENJOY! No more guessing when the next oil change is!

 

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Here at Garagistic, we have over 500 products with more than 700 total variations of those products which are produced in-house here in sunny CA. We pride ourselves in creating products from scratch out of about 75 different types of raw materials ranging from aluminum to Delrin plastic. While we do have stock of raw material, our products take time to for us produce, assemble and pack.



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Free shipping is only eligible in the contiguous USA. Free shipping only applies to order that meet certain requirements set by us (and can be changed at anytime). Those requirements are currently that an order is over $450 and under the a "Dimensional package weight" of 30lbs. What this means is that roll bars, sway bars, and items we deem oversized do not ship for free. If your order is over this 30lbs rule it will not qualify for free shipping. Free shipping methods are at our discretion and CANNOT BE CHANGED. Most items will either be first class or priority USPS. Free shipping is not valid internationally and this list (but not limited to): Alaska, American Samoa, Micronesia, Guam, Hawaii, Marshall Islands, Northern, Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands. Customers will not be able to pick shipping methods (or overnight) if free shipping is selected. Qualifying order total is based on product subtotal—taxes and non-standard shipping charges are not included as a qualifying cost. You are responsible for non-standard shipping charges such as special handling surcharges and oversize fees (where indicated), Truck Freight fees, expedited shipping, hazardous materials charges, etc. Offer is subject to adjustment due to returns, cancellations, and exchanges. We have the right at anytime to revoke free shipping.




International Buyers:

Please be aware that we offer two shipping methods overseas. First class and priority flat rate envelope. Although first class is much cheaper, USPS seems to lag on delivery and there is no way to track the package once it has been dropped off.

There is a 20% restocking fee for all returns. For custom parts (made to order parts like our engine mounting kits) there is a 35% restocking fee. We do not accept returned customized items such as driveshafts and wiring harnesses.

The flat rate envelope is more money but you will get your gears much much quicker and the tracking number shows the package route! (the default shipping method on this site is this option).

If you want the cheaper route, you must email us telling us this and we will send you a Paypal invoice. We are not liable if you do not get your package with this option as we have no way to track it once it's at the post office.

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Email: info@garagistic.com



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